"It's Gonna Work Out Fine" as written by Lloyd Price and Harold Logan....
Darling (yes Tina) it's time to get next to me
(Wow, honey that was the plan from the very beginning)
Darling (un huh) I never thought that this could be
(What you mean) oh yeah
Your lips set my soul on fire (I knew it)
You fulfill my every desire
Oh darling I think it's gonna work out fine
(It's gonna work out fine)

I wanna tell you something Ike
Ike, I went to see the preacher man
(The preacher man, you must be losin' your mind)
I started (started what) I started making wedding plans
(Oh really) oh yeah
If your love is half as true as the love I offer you
Oh darling I think it's gonna work out fine
(It's gonna work out fine)

I keep a tellin' ya
(I think it's gonna work out fine)
And I can feelin' it's gonna
(I think it's gonna work out)
I keep a tellin' you
(I know it's gonna work out fine)
I'm so glad that you're mine all mine

Remember (remember what) I used to call you Dapper Dan
(Yeah honey those were the good old days)
The thriller (the killer, honey)
The every woman's lovin' man (that's me) oh yeah
A whole lot of girls used to be your speed (still is)
But now ??? ??? I'm all you need
So darling I know it's gonna work out fine
(It's gonna work out fine)

I keep a tellin' ya
(I think it's gonna work out fine)
And I can feelin' it's gonna
(I think it's gonna work out)
I keep a tellin' you
(I know it's gonna work out fine)
Yeah yeah it's gonna

??? you know it's gonna
(I think it's gonna work out fine)
It's got to work, to work
(I think it's gonna work out)
Yeah, yeah it's gonna
(I know it's gonna work out fine)
It's got to work, to work


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"It's Gonna Work Out Fine" as written by Terry Britten Graham Hamilton Lyle

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